Results for: Enzyme

In Science

What does an enzyme do?

Enzymes are biological proteins that are used to catalyze chemicalreactions on organic molecules. The substrates (reactant molecules)bind to the enzyme, and the energy to comb (MORE)

What can an enzyme do?

Speeds up the rates of chemical reactions by providing energy for the cell to use. Thus, the cell is not working as hard to perform the task. You need enzymes to survive. That (MORE)

Which enzymes do what and where?

There are so many enzymes working throughout the body it is hard to list them all. But here's the IMPORTANT THREE. Amylase: Converts starch (like potatoes) into sugars. Pres (MORE)

What are the applications of enzymes?

Biological function Enzymes serve a wide variety of functions inside living organisms. They are indispensable for signal transduction and cell regulation, often via kinases an (MORE)
In Biology

What do enzymes do?

The enzynamtic pathway is made of Enzymes are biological catalysts which break down large molecules into smaller ones, so that they can be absorbed into the blood stream and t (MORE)